Students who participate in a study abroad program learn as much about themselves as the countries and cultures they explore.
The SLCCSA has been screening the documentary “Dolores” in recent weeks. Learn more about the film and its subject, labor and civil rights activist Dolores Huerta.
“Native Voices: Native Peoples’ Concepts of Health and Illness” explores the relationship between health and culture of Native Americans and Pacific Islanders. The exhibit is currently on display at SLCC libraries.
Greg Mooney explains how the “I am SLCC” pledge ensures that everyone is accepted on campus.
International Student Affairs recently opened a new office at South City Campus.
Getting through the general education requirement can be dull, so find fun classes to spice things up.
The Emerald Project won the SLCC Shark Tank award last year and aims to educate people about the Islam community.
Award-winning poet Layli Long Soldier shared her work and discussed Native American issues last month at South City Campus.
SLCC hosted multiple events this month to feature Pacific Islanders and their unique culture.
Immigrant and refugee students face many challenges as they start a new life.
Students, faculty, staff and community members talked about microaggression at the eighth annual Diversity Dinner.
Two experts from vastly different backgrounds came together to demonstrate the benefits of meditation.